When did maybe become enough?

Katie Hinderer | 09 November 2010
Thanks to Facebook, Evite and other such online invitation services we no longer need to check yes or no. We don’t have to give our word that we will be at an event. We can simply click ‘maybe’ and go on our merry way.
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